Deltona STD Testing
We make every effort to maintain a professional, shame-free and trusted atmosphere for our patients. You’ll never be singled out for being tested and the reason for your visit will never be disclosed in any fashion. Our process is safe, very discreet and non-invasive. Almost all patients are in and out of the facility in under 30 minutes. We will do all we can to preserve and respect your inherent right to personal privacy when you visit one of our Deltona STD testing facilities.Find a Lab Near You
Our Testing is:
- FDA Approved
- HIPAA Compliant
With our encrypted online ordering platform, you’ll receive the tests you need in a timely and discreet fashion. Rest assured, all test orders are 100% private.
No need to worry about unpleasant swabs or awkward visual exams. Right after a simple blood and/or urine sample, you’ll be on your way, usually in under a half hour.
Results are quickly obtainable by phone or online at any time using a secure and unique patient login. Your results will never be mailed to your home and nothing will be disclosed to your health insurance provider.
Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Deltona FL?
Same Day Testing
You won’t have to clear your itinerary for us. At Priority STD Testing, we provide same day testing and the entire process, start to finish, is quick and convenient. The testing procedure only takes a few minutes, and patients are typically in and out of the facility in under a half hour. And your personal and private information stays secure and discreet throughout the whole process.
Every step of the Priority STD Testing process is 100% discreet and confidential. We’ll never contact you directly without having your consent and neither our name, nor anything pertaining to the services we offer, will ever show up on a bank or credit card statement. Furthermore, as we function entirely independent of insurance companies, no services or correspondence will ever be shared with your doctor.
When you’re needing a test, you are entitled to sensitivity and privacy on the part of the testing center and its staff. We understand that visiting a clinic or health division can be, on some levels, an uncomfortable experience. We don’t intend to make the testing process embarrassing or uneasy for you in any way. At our private collection centers, no one will know the reason for your visit and you won’t be singled out for any reason.
Fast and Accurate Results
We aim to provide you fast and 100% accurate test results. Samples are expedited as rush orders and patients commonly get their results in just 24-72 hrs. Additionally, you can be confident that all Priority STD Testing services are approved by the FDA and carried out in CLIA certified labs. Once the process is complete, you’ll have the ability to access your results on-line 24 hours a day via an encrypted and secure system. And our care counselors are standing by should you have any type of questions along the way.
For patients testing positive for gonorrhea, chlamydia or trichomoniasis, our care counselors are readily available to discuss treatment options. We’ll work with you to schedule a phone consult with a doctor as well as obtain the prescription you require sent to your preferred pharmacy. In many cases, medications are available the same day.
Your doctor or public health care clinic might not always test you for all types of STDs. It is essential to recognize which tests are available and which tests are right for you. Priority STD Testing provides comprehensive testing for diseases including HIV, oral herpes (HSV1), genital herpes (HSV2), chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and also trichomoniasis. And our care counselors are on call to help you choose the tests that are right for you.
What People Are Saying
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*Data collected from the 2017 CDC Surveillance Report